She Stamps

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Exciting News!

I have had the hardest time keeping this secret but I can finally let the cat out of the bag. I am honored to be part of the Design Team for Lindsay's Stamp Stuff. Woohoo! She has some of the cutest digis around. You can buy her stamps two ways - Lindsay's Stamp Stuff store on MyGraphicO or at Lindsay's Stamp Stuff at Shop Homemade where the every day sale is spend $5 and get a free digital stamp . Watch for Lindsay's blog post introducing the rest of the team.

I used Lindsay's Sketchy Leaves set to make this card. Thank goodness I don't need a sympathy card right now but I wanted to make one to have ready when needed. These beautiful stamps can be used for so many different things.

The layout is from Mercy's Sketch Challenge MTSC46 . I also used the cracked glass technique because I love the look of cracked glass with the autumn leaves. If you haven't tried it, you can find a tutorial on SplitcoastStampers.

I hope you have a wonderful Sunday.

Card base Paper Basics kraft cardstock from Papertrey
Stampin' Up Really Rust and Chocolate Chip cardstock
Images colored with blender pen using Stampin' Up Earth Elements stamp pads
Cuttlebug embossing folder
Ranger Distress Ink in Tea Dye
Close to My Heart distressing tool
Suze Weinberg Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel
Heat gun
Versa Mark pad
Sentiment (card front) generated on Word using SU RGB codes
Designer Paper Cosmo Cricket Wanted>Doc Holiday
Spellbinders Nestabilities
Brads (not sure of brand)
Georgia Pacific white card stock


Karin said...

Great card...Love the distressed background with those leaves!

Mercy said...

cheryl...this is gorgeous! love the color combo, the cracked glass, the embossing, and distressing...LOVE IT ALL!

thanks for playing along with my sketch for this've done a wonderful job! :)


Nettie said...

Hi Cheryl
I love this card. Especially what you have done with the image. Take care Nettie.x

thefrugalcrafter said...

wonderful card and welcome aboard!

Shannon - Desert Designs said...

Welcome to the team! Love the leaves - and you're right, the cracked glass effect works perfectly with them.

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